Founder Of Women's Golf Organization Fore All + Reality TV Star Talks About Life Since She Was First On The Bachelor
I'm a professional hair and makeup stylist, actress, reality TV star, and health, beauty, and wellness educator. I love kombucha, Kirkland-brand microwave popcorn, taking naps, and helping women feel beautiful from the inside out. I believe in the power of truth and honesty, and I have found that as I get real and honest with people, they are free to get real and honest right back.
I’m a free spirit, but I’m grounded in who I am. I’m light-hearted and love to laugh, but I love diving into things that are deep and profound. I’ve found my own way of keeping this balance in love, life, and beauty, and it’s my passion to encourage other women to do the same.
I’ve always worked in the world of beauty. A professional hair and makeup stylist by trade, I started at the Estée Lauder counter at Macy’s and went on to freelance for Bobbi Brown, Mac, Laura Mercier, Paula Dorff, TiGi, and Biotherm. After discovering my passion for making women feel beautiful, I decided to further my education and went on to graduate from Hairitage College of Beauty where I became licensed as a professional cosmetologist.
I started acting and modeling when I was just 14 years old, and my very first gig was the lead in a Backstreet Boys music video. Click here to check it out! (You’re welcome.) I have since worked in print, film, and television with brands like Reebok, MasterCard, and Sports Illustrated. I’ve been on screen in films like Midway to Heaven, InHumane, and By Any Means. I also spent three years as a regular host on Utah’s #1 daily talk show, Good Things Utah, where you can still find me filling in from time to time. Perhaps most notably, you may know me as one of the most recognized cast members from ABC’s The Bachelor franchise!
Being on the Bachelor (3:22)
The truth behind what makes it (5:46)
Enlightening empowerment (11:11)
Lack of worthiness (14:08)
Managing divorce (26:42)
Current dating life (37:42)
Fore All (43:43)